2013 Restaurant Weeks in Michigan

Graves Neal De Armond

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There’s something special about a night out at an expensive restaurant. The way the food is put perfectly on your plate to make it look as delicious as possible or the attentiveness of the waitstaff to every detail of your meal. And that first bite always seems to be better than you expect.
And then comes the check. It always seems bigger than you expected, no matter how careful you are in ordering. It’s usually enough to make sure you only enjoy this experience on very special occasions.
Luckily, many cities around Michigan have jumped on the Restaurant Week bandwagon. It is an organized effort to market some of the best eateries in town at a fixed price that is much more affordable.
Here is a list with links to give you the opportunity to try a restaurant week in your area, or to perhaps lure you into that location you’ve heard so much about. Enjoy and let us know what you enjoyed or if there may be another restaurant week that we may have missed.
Ann Arbor – June 9-14, 2013 Birmingham – February, 2014 Detroit – April 19 – 28, 2013 Grand Haven – February, 2014 Grand Rapids – August 14-24, 2013 Kalamazoo – January, 2014 Lansing – July 21-25, 2013 Muskegon – June 14 and 15, 2013 Oxford – Later in 2013 Plymouth – September, 2013 Rochester – August 23 – September 1, 2013 Royal Oak – March, 2014 Traverse City – February/March, 2014 Troy – August, 2013 Wyandotte – February, 2014
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